# Biology

How much NaC3H5O3 (in grams) is needed to create a 1000 ml volume of Ringer’s lactate solution

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1. My answer was 3.13768 but I'm not sure if I did it right. I converted 28 mM to .028 moles, then multipled that by the molecular mass of NaC3H5O3.

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